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Ashton Kutcher gets heckled by football fans telling him to ‘take a shower’

Ashton Kutcher gets heckled by football fans telling him to ‘take a shower’… months after admitting he’s not a big fan of bathing


The stench of Ashton Kutcher’s showering controversy continued to linger this weekend, months after he and wife Mila Kunis admitted they’re not fans of frequent bathing.

The 43-year-old actor got an earful while making an appearance on ESPN’s College GameDay in Ames, Iowa on Saturday.

Football fans effectively drowned out Ashton’s commentary as they chanted ‘Take a shower’ while he tried to talk football.

Fallout: Ashton Kutcher was heckled with chants of ‘Take a shower’ while appearing on ESPN’s College GameDay, weeks after he and wife Mila Kunis admitted they weren’t daily bathers

Kutcher was chosen as a guest picker for Saturday’s games, which included the matchup between his alma mater, the University of Iowa Hawkeyes and the Iowa State Cyclones.

The chanting started up as soon as the That 70s show star arrived by jet at the Jack Thrice Stadium, home of the Cyclones, and was announced as the celebrity guest picker.

The crowd continued to heckle Ashton as he joined the pre-game panel. After briefly quieting down, the fans booed when Kutcher predicted the Colorado Buffaloes would defeat the Texas A&M Aggies.   

Funny: Football fans effectively drowned out Ashton's commentary as they chanted 'Take a shower'

Funny: Football fans effectively drowned out Ashton’s commentary as they chanted ‘Take a shower’

Heckling: The chanting started up as soon as the That 70s show star arrived by jet at the Jack Thrice Stadium, home of the Cyclones, and was announced as the celebrity guest picker

Displeasing the crowd: The boos and chants resumed again and drowned out parts of Ashton's commentary when he picked the Texas Longhorns to beat the Arkansas Razorbacks and when he chose the Buckeyes over the Cyclones

Heckling: The chanting started up as soon as the That 70s show star arrived by jet at the Jack Thrice Stadium, home of the Cyclones, and was announced as the celebrity guest picker

The rowdy chorus resumed and drowned out parts of Ashton’s commentary when he picked the Texas Longhorns to beat the Arkansas Razorbacks and when he chose the Buckeyes over the Cyclones.  

Though the fans’ taunting was clearly audible throughout the entirety of the live TV broadcast, the Cedar Rapids, Iowa native appeared unfazed. 

However, Ashton’s pick was proved right when his alma mater defeated Iowa State with a final score of 27-17. 

Keeping his composure: Though the fans' taunting was clearly audible throughout the entirety of the live TV broadcast, the Cedar Rapids, Iowa native appeared unfazed

Keeping his composure: Though the fans’ taunting was clearly audible throughout the entirety of the live TV broadcast, the Cedar Rapids, Iowa native appeared unfazed

The couple kicked off the public conversation about celebrity hygiene during a podcast appearance in July, with Ashton telling Armchair Expert host Dax Shepard: ‘I wash my armpits and crotch daily and nothing else ever.’ 

Mila said she washes her ‘slits and t**s’ and also revealed that she did not bathe her children ‘everyday’ when they were infants. 

Following their revelation, a number of celebrities including Jake Gyllenhaal, Kristen Bell, Cardi B, Jason Momoa and Dwayne Johnson weighed on the controversy and shared their own bathing habits.

Ashton and Mila later poked fun at the debacle when Kutcher posted a video in which he reacted incredulously as Kunis bathed their children, Wyatt six, and Dimitri, four.

'Slits and t**s': Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis kicked off the public conversation about celebrity hygiene during a podcast appearance

‘Slits and t**s’: Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis kicked off the public conversation about celebrity hygiene during a podcast appearance



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